Tag: Beadwork

Group of women in the Grand Entry at the Annual White Earth Celebration and Pow Wow, White Earth, Minnesota

The Grand Entry at the annual June 14th celebration includes Indian women in beaded and jingle dresses and men in band uniforms carrying instruments. A large quill piece decorates one woman's dress. Some people are carrying American flags. This snapshot by Stella Stocker is from her photograph album. Stocker, a musician and music educator, studied American Indian music among the Ojibwe people in Minnesota. ~ Photo Credit: University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections

Annual White Earth Celebration and Pow Wow, White Earth, Minnesota

A group of Dakota and Ojibwe men are at the celebration, a dancer in the foreground shows the feather ornament on his back. A man is holding an American flag. Many people are wearing bells, feathers, headdresses, and beaded garments. This snapshot by Stella Stocker is from her photograph album. Stocker, a musician and music educator, studied American Indian music among the Ojibwe people in Minnesota. ~ Photo Credit: University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections

Chief Wah-wie-kum-ig and his grandchild at the Annual White Earth Celebration and Pow Wow, White Earth, Minnesota

Chief Wah-wie-kum-ig, an Ojibwe elder is standing with his grandchild. He is also identified as Wa-we-yay-cum-ig, or Round Earth, an Ojibwe opponent of U.S. efforts to move Mille Lacs Ojibwe to White Earth. They are both wearing beaded bandolier bags. This snapshot by Stella Stocker is from her photograph album. Stocker, a musician and music educator, studied American Indian music among the Ojibwe people in Minnesota. ~ Photo Credit: University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections

Chief Wah-wie-kum-ig and his wife at the Annual White Earth Celebration and Pow Wow, White Earth, Minnesota

Chief Wah-wie-kum-ig, an Ojibwe elder is standing with his wife. He is also identified as Wa-we-yay-cum-ig, or Round Earth, an Ojibwe opponent of U.S. efforts to move Mille Lacs Ojibwe to White Earth. He is wearing a beaded apron and bandolier bags and eagle feathers. This snapshot by Stella Stocker is from her photograph album. Stocker, a musician and music educator, studied American Indian music among the Ojibwe people in Minnesota. ~ Photo Credit: University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections

Dancers at the Annual White Earth Celebration and Pow Wow, White Earth, Minnesota

Unidentified dancers are dancing in the dance circle at the Annual White Earth Celebration and Pow Wow. Drummers are seated in the background. This snapshot by Stella Stocker is from her photograph album. Stocker, a musician and music educator, studied American Indian music among the Ojibwe people in Minnesota. ~ Photo Credit: University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections

Dancers at the Annual White Earth Celebration and Pow Wow, White Earth, Minnesota

Ojibwe and Dakota people are in the dance circle at the Annual White Earth Celebration and Pow Wow. This snapshot by Stella Stocker is from her photograph album. Stocker, a musician and music educator, studied American Indian music among the Ojibwe people in Minnesota. ~ Photo Credit: University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections

De-bwa-wen-dunk wearing beaded garments, Nett Lake, Minnesota

Debwawendunk, an Ojibwe man from Nett Lake, is also called Moses Day. He is standing outside of a wigwam wearing beaded garments, a roach, and medallions. An unidentified Ojibwe woman is in the background. This snapshot by Stella Stocker is from her photograph album. Stocker, a musician and music educator, studied American Indian music among the Ojibwe people in Minnesota. ~ Photo Credit: University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections

De-bwa-wen-dunk wearing beaded garments, Nett Lake, Minnesota

Debwawendunk, an Ojibwe man from Nett Lake, is also called Moses Day. He is standing outside of a log building wearing beaded garments and a roach. An unidentified Ojibwe woman is in the background bending over a fire. A dog lies in the grass. This snapshot by Stella Stocker is from her photograph album. Stocker, a musician and music educator, studied American Indian music among the Ojibwe people in Minnesota. ~ Photo Credit: University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections

Drum and dancers, Mille Lacs, Minnesota

The dance drum with beaded decoration is visible with Ojibwe dancers behind and around the drum. This snapshot by Stella Stocker is from her photograph album. Stocker, a musician and music educator, studied American Indian music among the Ojibwe people in Minnesota. ~ Photo Credit: University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections

Drummers and dancers at the Annual White Earth Celebration and Pow Wow, White Earth, Minnesota

A dancer wearing a bandolier bag and roach is dancing with the drummers behind him. Other dancers and a child are also in the circle. This snapshot by Stella Stocker is from her photograph album. Stocker, a musician and music educator, studied American Indian music among the Ojibwe people in Minnesota. ~ Photo Credit: University of Minnesota Duluth, Kathryn A. Martin Library, Northeast Minnesota Historical Collections

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